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Let’s celebrate Java – three times! It’s that time again: A new Java version is here! Java 13 was launched as planned, […]
In this talk held at International PHP Conference in June 2019, Chris Holland takes an in-depth look at effective methods for identifying & avoiding the most common and devastating security pitfalls in web applications.
DevOps has achieved widespread success. However, that success has been uneven for those who work in Operations. In most enterprises today, it is not uncommon for engineers who come anywhere near Operations to find themselves buried in interruptions, tickets, and repetitive work.
Now that Angular v8 is here, it’s time to embark on a new journey: towards the next release! It’s never too soon to look forward to the future, and we are already watching for Angular v9. What’s new? We are almost there! Version 9.0.0-next.10 tidies up with plenty of bug fixes and even more performance upgrades for Ivy.
Honey bee colony assessment is usually carried out via the laborious manual task of counting and classifying comb cells. Beekeepers perform this task many times throughout the year to asses the colony’s strength and to track its development. As you can imagine, this is an extremely time-consuming and error-prone task.
Time is running out if you want to save up to €200 with your Blockchain Technology Conference tickets! It takes place in Berlin from November 11 – 13, so you know you don’t want to be anywhere else! More than twenty five international speakers will open your mind with three days of sessions, keynotes, and talks. Learn about blockchain technology, smart contracts, dApps and more.
Today we pay close attention to scaling our systems, testing for chaos, and reducing MTTR (mean time to repair) in production. Yet our continuous delivery pipelines don’t get nearly as much love. This talk presents tried and tested patterns for increasing accelerating delivery of changes in a safe manner.
In his International PHP Conference talk, “Migrating from bare metal machines to AWS ECS”, Sebastian Struß talks about how AppLike moved from bare metal machines to AWS ECS (and vagrant to Docker in the development environment).
At Machine Learning Conference 2019 in Munich, Christoph Henkelmann gave a talk about TensorFlow training on the JVM. We recorded the whole thing, and now you can watch it here (including slides) to learn all about how to combine a TensorFlow model with Java.
Docker is a hard beast to tame, so it’s essential that you know the basics inside out. At DevOpsCon, Gabriella Querales gave a talk about Docker components and how they work, and what to do if they don’t. In Silicon Valley, engineers deploy-and-tell, so sit a while and listen.
Would you fly in a plane designed by a craftsman or would you prefer your aircraft to be designed by engineers? Engineering is the application of iterative, empirical, practical science to real-world problems. Craftsmanship is a wonderful thing, and as a reaction to the terrible abuses of the term engineering in software development, software craftsmanship has helped in our learning of what really works.
DevOps and Serverless, two frames for making sense of the waves of change in IT. Moving beyond a modernist organizational concept, large enterprises and start-ups alike are no longer simply asking “can this be automated (the modernist conception)” but are instead turning towards understanding “what it will mean when this is automated”.